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death of valerie hamilton. a 23-year-old swim coach who walked into a north carolina bar one night and was found dead days later, stuffed into a storage locker. the prime suspect, a convicted sex offender. with each new detail from the investigation, new questions. not only about how she died, but also, how she lived. her father, a police chief, now not only grieves for her, he's also defending her, as yunji de nies reports. >> this is not a murder. there's murder at all. she overdosed in her sleep. >> she didn't sound like she was on anything. she didn't sound like she was drunk. >> he woke up and she was dead. >> reporter: what do you think happened that night? >> you know, i don't know. we may never know. we may never know what happened. >> reporter: what merl hamilton does know is that his daughter was found dead in this storage locker after a late night with this registered sex offender with a lengthy criminal record, including rape, breaking and entering, and drug possession. do you think that he killed your daughter? >> i don't know. i don't know enough about it to say that
. >> reporter: what merl hamilton does know is that his daughter was found dead in this storage locker after a late night with this registered sex offender with a lengthy criminal record including rape breaking and entering, and drug possession. do you think that he killed your daughter? >> i don't know. i don't know enough about it to say that. i think if he wasn't with my daughter that night, she would be alive. >> reporter: but now hamilton finds himself having to answer questions about the life style his daughter led. >> it's very very unfortunate to me that people will see one segment of a case and then almost immediately start laying some semblance of blame on the victim. >> reporter: valerie hamilton went missing a week ago wednesday. she was seen leaving a local bar with michael harvey. when she didn't show up to her job as a swim instructor friends and coworkers began to worry. >> it's not like her to not show up and not let us know that i'm sick or my car's broken or i had something else going on. >> reporter: we felt it. i think the police side of me knew and
. hundreds attended funeral services for 23-year-old valerie hamilton tuesday as the man accused of killing her appeared in a new york state courtroom. good morning, tom. >> reporter: meredith, good morning to you, that man accused of killing valerie hamilton is expected to be brought back here to the charlotte area soon. the investigation is focusing on several places including the storage facility where hamilton's body was discovered and now more questions about the cause of death. meryl hamilton and his family arrived at the funeral for the law man's daughter behind a police escort. joining them at the church were family, friends and hundreds of law enforcement officers, passing treats lined with purple ribbons, they came to mourn and remember 23-year-old valerie hamilton, the police chief's daughter who wanted to work with children. >> people all over the nation are people that supported the chief. he's a good chief and we have all just been heart broken for him. >> reporter: after a nationwide manhunt, 34-year-old michael neil harvey was arrested monday charged with hamilton's murder.
in the murder of his daughter, valerie hamilton. >> a suspect was arrested in western new york in the case but in the days since her murder there are still many questions. yunji de nies reports. >> this is not a murder. there's no murder at all. she overdosed in her sleep. >> she didn't sound like she was on anything. she didn't sound like she was drunk. >> we woke up and she was dead. >> what do you think happened that night? >> you know, i don't know. we may never know. we may never know what happened. >> reporter: what concord police chief merl hamilton does know, his daughter valerie was found dead in this storage locker after a late night with michael neil harvey, a registered sex offender with a lengthy criminal record, including rape, breaking and entering, and drug possession. >> do you think that he killed your daughter? >> i don't know. i don't know enough about it to say that. i think if he wasn't with my daughter that night, she would be alive. >> reporter: but now hamilton finds himself having to answer questions about the lifestyle his daughter led. >> it's very, very unfortu
hamilton and stan stovall. -- thank you for joining us. watch tonight at 5:00 with donna hamilton and stan stovall. have a fabulous day. >> follow breaking news and weather any time at wbaltv.com, and stay connected with us on facebook and twitter.
. >> reporter: valerie hamilton was a swim coach who loved her students. a 23-year-old with a shining smile. >> she was somebody everyone wanted to be around. she'd light up a room when she walked in. >> reporter: but on sunday, investigators found hamilton's body stuffed in a storage locker. >> i'm very sad to report that we've recovered the body of miss valerie hamilton. >> reporter: hamilton's father is a police chief with 23 years on the force. valerie hamilton went missing on wednesday after a late night at a bar in charlotte. her car was found in the parking lot. and friends began to worry when she didn't come to work. >> it's just not like her to not show up and not let us know. >> reporter: police say hamilton was last seen at the bar with michael neal harvey, a registered sex offender with a lengthy criminal record. including a rape conviction in 1996. police also have their eyes on the road. they believe harvey is driving a 1996 chevrolet blazer with north carolina license plates. they've been looking for him for days. so by now, he could be miles away from charlotte. as police wr
in hamilton community. >> this may be a trend. charter schools jumped from just a dozen in 2006 to more than 30 today. this new high school may be evidence of what is to come. for almost 80 years, hamilton middle school stood as a symbol of learning. the doors closed a few years ago, but not for long. there are now signs of a new beginning. hamilton has become home to baltimore's new is public charter high-school, city neighbors. the makeover here is on the fast track, which just days before members of the freshman class show up. >> i got interview, and they asked me questions about what my interests were and stuff and what did i want to learn. >> what are you hoping for? >> nicer people at school and a different learning experience. >> i was curious, and i started looking into it. i got a lot of information and asked a lot of questions. i like the fact that the students and parents could be involved in the decisions with the school. >> this is our music room for the high school. >> bob mcdonnell heads up the charter school foundation. she says the new high school will meet a need within the
. now 980 miles from hamilton bermuda. that's an important destination we tell you because it looks as if we get in to sunday afternoon. sunday night. look at this. this storm will be approaching hamilton bermuda almost right forward and if it goes to the right or left it will be really close to what looks like a category two storm rolling over bear move diana of course it will pull away. what this means for us going to the beach this weekend or early next week we will run in to swell and rip tides will be a problem once again. 72 by 9:00. notice the clouds increasing. a chance of a shower by 5:00, 84. better chance of showers up to western maryland, pennsylvania border. eastern west virginia out to the shenandoah as we go through the afternoon. a better chance of showers on the. the momslikeme.com bus stop forecast, partly cloudy, comfortable. near 70. sunrise ten before 7:00. tonight watch for scattered showers and maybe a scattered thunderstorm. southwest winds five to ten. sunset 67:18 and -- 7:15. >>> this morning we still have 70 in annapolis and pax river. 63 cambridge. some
playground in hamilton. after kron 4 started asking questions, the district close this down. here, you can see the same thing at rancho elementary. even though no accidents have been that this school that could be because there is not been enough time. these structures opened earlier this week. the district said that this is preemptive, and a pre-inspection was approved. now, these playground which was over $1,000,000.50 will have to be states broke off until the school board. to meet with the designer. it cost $1.5 million- a-maureen kelly. >> this developing story. and date to of the counter attacks involving republican gubernatorial, meg whitman. and her housekeeper, the questions of what did meg whitman know? and once again, she denies that she knew that she was an undocumented worker. she denied that she received a letter from the social security administration from 2003 that her number and name did not match. she accused her opponent, jerry brown of being tthe entire incident which he is calling a political smear to the make a mistake that these allegations are completely untrue. we
hamilton, the daughter of police chief merle hamilton. she is seen leaving a restaurant with a man police believe is harvey. her body was found on saturday in a storage unit. he was arrested today in niagara falls. >>> d.c. school chancellor michelle rhee went on oprah today to advocate school reform like the kind she's implemented here in the district. she's featured in the new movie waiting for superman, it's a documentary about the poor state of the country's public schools. meanwhile speculation said she will be moving on if and when vincent gray takes over as mayor. bruce johnson is here with the latest on who is coming and who is going, following city hall and mayor fenty's defeat last week. >> that's right. and all bets are that michelle rhee won't stick around beyond the transition period. and others the fenty administration is looking for work today. >> reporter: pulling up the resume file. it's being seen in every corner of the d.c. government office buildings today. the fenty team is out and the gray team will be in at the end of the year. >> is much work getting done? >> no. i
're talking about. if you just tell me what happened... [ ding ] [ man ] 35th and archer. next stop hamilton. [ brakes hiss ] ♪ [ male announcer ] now you can watch hit tv shows on your iphone when you get at&t u-verse tv. at&t. rethink possible. but what were the results? fact: brown promised to improve schools. but the drop out rate increased 50%, and the state had to take over the schools. fact: the city controller found employees paid for 22,000 hours... they never worked. fact: brown promised to cut crime. but murders doubled, making oakland the 4th most dangerous city in america. jerry brown. he just can't deliver the results california needs now. i even bought her a computer with my new citi forward card. then one day... have you seen this? she "friended" me. there's a whole album. [ laughs ] [ groans ] and started posting pictures. ♪ and tagging me. publicly. [ male announcer ] you ought to be rewarded for being dependable. the citi forward card gives you extra points for paying your bill on time and staying within your credit limit.
, martha mcneil hamilton, both transplants are still functioning in me. it has taught me that you have to try to take a vantage of light-ticket manager of life now. -- take a bandage of life now. -- advantage of life now. without going through pain, i do not regret it. >> go back. when did you have the operation? >> the first one was in 1998. that was my wife's transplant guest to me. my wife, marianne. the second one was in 2001, which was for martha hamilton. -- from martha hamilton. we worked together for a long time. she said that i needed another kidney and she said that she had two and that i could have won. -- one. we did the book. you have a copy right there. is "black and white and red all over: the story of a friendship ." we did that together. that was on behalf of the "washington post." >> how long have you been back from dialysis? >> almost two years, now. >> did the other kidneys fail? >> it stopped functioning as well as it should be functioning. to avoid other problems, which chose to go back on dialysis. >> so, are you going to go back on -- have another transplant?
are talking about loudoun county. before a serious crash that popped up on us along route 9 out at hamilton station road. we are told that the highway is blocked off in each direction. that is route 9 at hamilton station road currently closed because of an accident. for those that are traveling along northbound i-95 here in lorton, nice, easy commute continuing up towards the beltway. no problems to report on the beltway leading annandale to merrifield and you will fine that traveling at the wilson bridge, all lanes are open and traffic is running smoothly there. top side of beltway, the outer loop as you work your way around from 650 new hampshire avenue and continue to silver spring, light traffic volume there as well. you will find lanes are open coming southbound as you travel from 109 out towards the split. that's a check of your fox 5 on-time traffic. >>> it appears the east coast will avoid the wrath of hurricane igor. the category one storm barely missed bermuda, making its way up the atlantic ocean away from the northeastern u.s. the storm pelted bermuda with rain and knocked out e
offender on probation charged with the murder of 23-year-old israeli hamilton the daughter of a north carolina police chief. hamilton was last seen on wednesday and her body was found saturday in a storage bin in charlotte. after a five-day manhunt the suspect was arrested in nig niagara falls new york. wiehl, look, this guy should never have been on the street. >> this is a horrible case. >> bill: the judges in north carolina, he was in and out of the system. he is a drug addict. >> right. >> bill: he has a rape beef against him. he has to register being a sex offender. no matter how many times he comes into the north carolina state system, they don't put him in jail. >> can we back up? >> bill: is there any excuse? >> can we back up just for a minute? he was convicted of rape in new york. >> bill: yes. >> he served four years. then he moved to north carolina. >> bill: and his record moved with him. >> of course it did. >> bill: right. >> you have to register as a sex offender. >> bill: and he didn't. >> which he did not. now, under north carolina law, bill, he could have gotten 20 y
for java and the. >> loss tonight at 5, what, -- with donna hamilton and stan stovall. >> follow breaking news and weather any time at wbaltv.com weather any time at wbaltv.com and stay connected bob ehrlich pretends to be for the working guy... but he's not on our side. i thought i knew bob ehrlich, but then i found out... he raised property taxes on every maryland family... and business. he increased college tuition... by 40%. 40%. and i thought i knew bob ehrlich. he was against raising the minimum wage. made $2.5 million... working for a lobbying firm. $2.5 million? he's not really on my side. with this tough economy, we really need a governor on our side.
down to the science center at the inner harbor. donna hamilton and her daughter were here for the walk. >> i think the rates of diabetes in the city is disgraceful. we have to do something about this. the journey starts with one step. it is time for baltimore to take that one step. >> on pratt street, deanna cook and her daughter were making healthy smoothies. >> these will keep you going all day and help you lose weight and make your skin great. asteor those taking the test test. >> it tastes pretty good. >> it is better than i thought. >> i do not like it. i tried the banana barry. it is a little better. >> there are healthy activities every day this week. >> for more healthy city days events, including a chance to work out later today with riray rice, go to our website. >> 71 degrees. much more ahead -- >> including a look at your answers to our water cooler question of the day. >> here is a look at last night's winning maryland lottery numbers. (sfx: coach's whistle) "the car coach" - lauren fix. >> in case your car repair shop hasn't noticed - there's been a shift. sfx: shifting.
... [ ding ] [ man ] 35th and archer. next stop hamilton. [ brakes hiss ] ♪ [ male announcer ] now you can watch hit tv shows on your iphone when you get at&t u-verse tv. at&t. rethink possible. oncan cause coma andider'st ateven death.tv. the african black mamba can kill a man with one bite. but there's an even deadlier predator patchy cloud coverage and cooler conditions this afternoon. this storm passes us to the north with the 60s, 70's. we even have a few temperatures upper 70's, inland. 80 in antioch is our warmest location with 59 degrees in half moon bay is a request location. trend as the go towards tomorrow and a uniform of fog clear. tonight. and by tomorrow, will make that inland push in scheduling back by 7:00 a.m. to the coastal eddy regions. -stealing back-- >> and also, the coastal and the inland regions. with 59-79 degrees tomorrow. with 77 expected tomorrow, in santa rosa, 75 in napa, inland will be upper 70's, as still cool on the coast. the bay shore were pretty much in the low 70's. and 77 san jose is removed to the rest of this week with a slight warming until thursda
on june 25th, 2009, saying that we will get back to you. >> next speaker. >> my name is john hamilton. the picture is taken from our debt three doors away looking at the moment in question. this is certainly an attractive and a number of people have understated -- have stated that this is what the city would like to see. we are concerned that the permit was approved based on either a misunderstanding or a misrepresentation but in any event it is clear to us that she did not try to deny access, it was simply trying to coordinate with your own personal travel schedule and the seven month time period occurred between when the owners of the property in question said that we will get back to you after this. the next awareness was that something was going on so we are concerned the only from our own standpoint based on the view that we have that also on the city processes that allow this to go forward even there was a blocked identification when place and i'm not sure that i have the evidence for 40 and at the time it should have been notified. from a process standpoint i don't think that t
, everything else, but that -- force hamilton hament we do -- commissioner hammer: we do this in criminal courts all the time. we will save the city lots of money by taking this position and no one will be gaming the system. we once discussed whether or not we had the full-fledged admission and then withdraw it. >> they enter their plea and we were told we couldn't reconsider, i would imagine withdrawing would be about the same thing. commissioner chan: commissioner, i have to defer on this. >> i know mr. alden has had this conversation with people in other police agencies, that that would be effective just to say that if on this date the officer does not retire, which i didn't brick -- bring up, he raised. that the ultimate disposition will be based on the charges. quite frankly, you add to that, you know, attorneys get a bad rap in this world, but if paul cummings comes to this position and says he's going to do that, it's going to happen. so stimse sometimes we have to add something to that, probably the most credible man in the courthouse. putting that aside -- commissioner hammer: i
tell me what happened... [ ding ] [ man ] 35th and archer. next stop hamilton. [ brakes hiss ] ♪ [ male announcer ] now you can watch hit tv shows on your iphone when you get at&t u-verse tv. at&t. rethink possible. >> a quick look at the stocks. the dow jones was increased by 22 points. meanwhile, home sales plunged 10.9%. in august, the of the lowest level for the month in 18 years compared to one year ago. sales were also down 1.1% from a july. meanwhile, the median price dipped $2.30 eight five k in august. and the decrease marked the second street from hundred 85,000-- >> and the mortgage giant, fannie mae that americans and more cautious. about purchasing homes, that 47 believe that home prices will remain steady. 31 percent believe a slight rebound. 70 percent of americans things that it is a good time and that is up from january. but 33 of would likely to rent their next home. if there were to move. >> equip live look outside and it is slow going on the james 101 be split. the 80 along the top of your screen slowing making its way to the bridge. we will be right back! [ male ann
and what we should do about it. last week you and your co-chairman lee hamilton issued another report that i must say was pretty much overshadowed by the koran- burning controversy so i want to put the spotlight on that for a minute. basically, you and mr. hamilton concluded that we have failed to anticipate the real danger we face now from home-grown terrorists. you went on to say in the report that terrorists have found our achilles heel. just how serious is this and what do you actually mean by that? >> we think it's very serious. we think it's a growing threat because the strategy has changed. it's much more difficult for al qaeda to maybe have a great big attack like 9/11 so they're plotting smaller attacks. they're using non-traditional people to try to do them. so the best non-traditional people they can get frankly are american citizens, people with passports, people who can travel back and forth. people like the person who tried to blow up the bomb in times square. they're recruiting these people every day over the internet. they're taking them to places not necessarily in af
just hours after valerie hamilton's father made an emotional plea right here on "good morning america." he says he did not kill this young woman. yunji de nies has the story. >> reporter: michael harvey has been charged with murder. but as more information about valerie hamilton's death comes to light, it's not clear what charges he will ultimately face. michael harvey says he did not kill valerie hamilton. >> this is not a murder. there's no murder at all. >> reporter: he says the 23-year-old died of a drug overdose. >> she overdosed in her sleep. >> reporter: as he went before a judge, relatives came to his defense. >> i know my son. he wouldn't hurt no one. he wouldn't even hurt a fly. >> reporter: harvey was the last person seen with this north carolina police chief's daughter before she went missing a week ago. days later, detectives found her body in a storage unit. friends say harvey told them hamilton overdosed and he panicked. >> he woke up. and she was dead, and he was all messed up so he hid the body. >> reporter: new information from police may back that claim. investigato
are without power feeling the affects of the storm. rick leventhal is streaming live from hamilton, bermuda. what kind of weather are you seeing there, rick. >> reporter: we are seeing widespread minor damage, nothing too major. no deaths or injuries to report. power is out over much of the island. although the power company is making some progress. as we drove around this morning we saw a lot of trees down, some power lines down, 28,000 of the 35,000 customers here were in the dark. that's roughly 80% of the island. about 7,000 of those customers have got even the lights back on since this morning. we did see one boat that did make it through the storm. a lot of trees down, branches down, things certainly could have been a lot worse, jon. jon: we know bermuda is known for pink-stand beaches. how did they do. >> reporter: they lost a lot of the pink sand in the storm. unfortunately a lot of it it was chewed away earlier in the week. we shot some, why don't you take a look. the biggest problem appeared to be erosion, the roots of this palm tree exposed. you can see here at elbow beach where
hamilton's death comes to light, it's not clear what charges he will ultimately face. michael harvey says he did not kill valerie hamilton. >> this is not a murder. there's no murder at all. >> reporter: he says the 23-year-old died of a drug overdose. >> she overdosed in her sleep. >> reporter: as he went before a judge, relatives came to his defense. >> i know my son. he couldn't do hurt no one. he wouldn't hurt a fly. >> reporter: harvey was the last person seen with this carolina police chief's daughter, before she went missing a week ago. days later, detectives found her body in a storage unit. friends say harvey told them hamilton overdosed and he punished. >> he woke up. she was dead. and he was all messed up. so, he hid the body. >> reporter: new information from police may back that claim. investigators say hamilton willingly left a local bar with harvey. they found no signs of physical trauma on her body. detectives found evidence of drug use. and interviewed witnesses who said she appeared to need immediate medical attention. legal analysts say he could still be held responsibl
of valerie hamilton was found in a storage unit in north carolina over the weekend. last night the community held a vigil for hamilton who was the daughter of murl hamilton. a funeral will be held this afternoon. >>> in kentucky, the lawyer for a man accused of strangling his wife says his client falsely confessed it that murder. woody will smith is charged in the death of his wife back in may of 2009 and initially, according to court documents smith's attorney was going to argue that caffeine made him do it but in opening arguments yesterday the caffeine made smith confess and that actually someone else committed that murder. joining me now here in the studio is former attorney general of new jersey. good to have you with us. this is kind of confusing because we have the original confession, but now the attorney is arguing a different argument in court. how smart is that now that this trial is in motion? >> it may be the only thing he is left with. number one, the attorney has to get this confession or statement suppressed. number two, he has to persuade the jury that his client was under e
-old valerie hamilton. it's in concord, north carolina, where her father is the police chief. >> these eyes, a and her mama's eyes, she was perfect. >> the chief broke down at a vigil held for valerie. earlier the prime suspect in hamilton's murder waived extradition at a hearing in upstate new york where he was arrested on monday. clint van zandt joins us over the phone. >> caller: sure, tamron. >> this is another individual who served time for assault. he faced jail time before, and now he's accused of murdering this young girl, dumping her body, the details are unbelievable. this is something with a violent that's back on the streets. >> currently it costs about $37,000 a year to keep an offender in jail, in prison. somehow in this country we have to identify repeat offenders. this guy, as you suggest, he had a long record. not just for sex offenses, drug offenses, weapons, breaging and entering. shoplifting. it goes on, possession and selling heroin. it went on and on. somehow, you know, if we had the magic ability to, we need to identify those repeat offenders that are going to hurt pe
again. >> rose: we conclude this evening with laird hamilton, the extraordinary surfer, and susan casey, the author of a book called "the wave: in pursuit of the rogues, freaks, and giants of the ocean." >> the planet is mostly ocean and life comes from the ocean. and so one of the things i really aim to do with my writing is to take people into these places and show them the incredible majesty and in some cases the fear and in some cases the wackiness. but there's, like, a parallel universe. and it's in our world that we live in. how often do we see it. >> and if you part patriot, then you'll appreciate, then you'll revere. so all of those things i think are so critical in what needs to happen for the ocean. we need these books, we need these waves, we need people to be in awe of them maybe at first, to participate in activities and then ultimately be pro active in trying to protect the ocean. >> rose: melody barnes, laird hamilton and susan casey when we return. captioning sponsored by rose communications from our studios in new york city, this is charlie rose. >> rose: melody barnes
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